SHINY Pikachu in Pokemon GO confirmed!

The Shiny Pikachu Released For Pokémon Go In Japan Is Subtle

The Shiny Pikachu Released For Pokémon Go In Japan Is Subtle

Pokemon Go is a smartphone-based game, which requires players to 'catch' virtual creatures, one of the best-known of which is the mouse-like Pikachu, by going to real-world locations where the game places them. The main games had shinies for every single creature, so there's a chance every one in Pokémon Go will offer them at some point, but it makes sense Niantic would want to drip feed them for special occasions and make them more of an event.

Shiny versions of Pikachu and Raichu will be making their debut this week.

To catch Shiny Pikachu, thus far it appears that trainers will need to be inside the borders of Yokohama, Japan. Well, here is everything about it in a nutshell.

The game became a global sensation upon its release in 2016, breaking records for mobile app downloads and revenue. Unfortunately, the said pocket monster is only available in the Land of the Rising Sun.

Pikachu \/span \/span \/span \/span to the game. It's a Pikachu explosion, all over the place!

People have been catching both at the Yokohama Pokémon Go Park event.

Ditto pretending to be Shiny Pokémon aren't Shiny themselves - that's right, if you find yourself a rare Shiny Magikarp and it suddenly transforms into a Ditto, the Ditto itself won't be Shiny. Unless they happen to hatch three Shiny Pichu, in which case they can feel free to evolve two to the Pikachu and Raichu forms, all of which will end up being Shiny. What began as a pretty bare bones experience has since added Gen 2 Pokemon, Legendaries, and even shiny Pokemon.

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